University of Washington - Tyee Yearbook (Seattle, WA)

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AJ. :V .. ' ,rf nffgl VJ v,fwz:Z,4,".,,, 1' , A ' A olle e Science of ,eww -4 LQ LLL E e Faculty 0 f the College of Science L O 0 ITH Henry Landes, Dean of the College of Science, as president, the Puget Sound Academy of Science was pro- moted during the past year. The objects of this organization as stated in its constitution are the promotion of scientific research, the diffusion of knowledge concerning the various departments of science, the recogni- tion and fostering of a love of science among the people, and the provid- ing of associations and fellowship between persons engaged in, or inter- ested in scientific work. To carry out this plan, the academy is sponsoring a series of popular illustrated lectures for both adults and children, as well as field trips under the leadership of competent guides, expeditions into little-known regions of the Northwest, and the issuing of publications. By these means it is intended that the academy fill a long-felt need for general education along scientific lines. The College sponsors as well the Marine-Biological Station at Friday Harbor, one of the few educational institutions of its kind, which draws a large number of summer school students each year. The most recent addition to the College of Science is the new Physics Building, occupied for the first time this year by the physics department. It is featured by new equipment, especially in connection with of testing in the department of Ph ' the bureau ysics. A fi A W .rsiqiffi A PACE - 51 - - - 1 , ii f7 , g 4? f , , S 1: 4,1 ,. f f ZKJQ EU 12" 1 N Vp i .ax , . . 1 Q-L ,"l' 7171 iQf1 Lam., T . ,,., , ' .,.,. M - ., ..,fvVv 1 ffl ilbte l fa .yogi ',,'f,lf'4 ".,, "ic f 'L - pa t -. gwfiffw ,llt -..r. i ,Af f' "" ' , ' we s a 2 l,..c.ccrc 9,71 "" K-::4 a'gl 'ZIQP ' u ,,., ' F- rtci K1 ,p,p., X ' ' 5 3 X 4 I ex. ,Um , iff, :K ' , Q wwf ,ffw . MV! , X .- - 1 ,' . A-sa nw ! xx: '. rc, ' Q ' E , ,z , f ' -rw'-,isf , .5 it ' nl' 1. sg ' 'f , H ' rf .""2Kf.. ' ' .J X., ing . -. , ?E5'??i5,,. M l ' T 'e-e an f at gf gif" V 11 uc J, if 1 wa .'.V ,rf 1 4



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